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Coming off another impressive performance last weekend, the Detroit Tigers' Max Scherzer appears to be at the top of his game. So do the AL Central rival Cleveland Indians, who could become all the more formidable with Michael Bourn back atop their lineup. Looking to win a fourth consecutive start and stay unbeaten, Scherzer tries to slow down the surging Indians in the opener of this three-game set Friday night at Comerica Park. Second in the majors with 12.36 strikeouts per nine innings, Scherzer (4-0, 3.43 ERA) allowed one run, a season-low three hits and struck out eight in as many innings Saturday in a 17-2 rout at Houston. "I thought I did some good things," he said. "I thought my curveball tonight was even better. It was competitive every time I threw it. ... Right now I feel like I am in a good groove of attacking the zone." The hard-throwing right-hander now tries to build on that outing at home, where he's won all three of his starts despite a 6...
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